I'm sorry that you're running into trouble trying to save Home as a favorite. We tried to extend the thought about how you save a radio preset over to navigation. When you are in the map, you can drag up on the row of buttons along the bottom of the screen to display the favorites buttons. If you have a route running, if you push and hold it will save your current destination to that Favorite. Or, if you don't have a route running, it will mark your current position as a Favorite. Another option you have is when you are in the Destination Confirmation screen where you press the Go button to start the route, you can press the little up arrow in the lower right corner to display your Favorites, then you can press and hold on one of the positions to save that destination as a favorite. As a general rule, what you see up on the screen, you can save as a favorite by pushing and holding down on a Favorite button and it will save what you have shown on the screen. This is how you save radio stations, navigation destinations, phone numbers, tone controls, etc. I think once you understand that you have this flexibility in the system is becomes fairly intuitive how to save each as a Favorite.CUE should be more intuitive than all that. I've had the same problems. Once I touched a preset button when nav was on and saved an address I will never go to again. Now I can't figure out how I did that so I can save "home". I keep saving radio stations that are playing. Come on CUE guys. Ridiculous.
I'm trying to understand exactly what screen you are on that you're looking for help with. As Kimbo said, if you are on the main navigation map, you can use the Reset button near the bottom to bring you back to home. Or, you can press on the navigation icon up near the top of the screen as a reset button. If you are talking about the keyboard, there shouldn't be any popup that you can accidentally bring up. If you accidentally leave the keyboard screen by tapping the Exit button in the top right, it will remember everything you had typed in previously so you haven't lost anything if you accidentally left it. When you come back into the keyboard, what you've typed already into the keyboard will be highlighted so you can begin typing and it will overwrite what you had previously, or you can tap in the input field area to place your text cursor and then you can either add to or delete what was already in there.My wife and I just went through this same issue and she got out the manual to look it up but couldn't find it. She finally found it on the Nav screen under menu and then "Personal Data' which is the last item on that list. Then "Recent Destinations" and finally "Delete one" or "Delete All". We expected it to be with how to set a destination in the CUE manual but for some reason it wasn't there. Once you get to the destinations list then there is a red (-) minus sign to the right of each destination. If you want to delete that one press the minus sign and then give it a couple of seconds to take effect. It will turn completely red and then disappear. Now I have one for any of you. If you touch the nav screen by accident and get a touched area pop up window detailing that accidental touched area how do you get rid of the pop up window without going back to the home page and starting all over again. My wife was trying to enter an address while I was driving and the road was pretty bumpy so she lightly touched the screen and up came the window. We could not figure out how to dump it and keep the info she had already entered into the address form. We could not get any help from the CUE manual either. Codeman?
Your MacBook actually does have that...hold down the Control key when you click the mouse to get a right-click.right click button? my macbook doesn't have that
and the touch gestures on that weren't very intuitive ... i had to learn them
apple chose only one mouse button for simplicity
they keyboard has over 100 keys on it already ...